The Václav Havel Airport Prague is split between the North and South Terminals which contains Terminals 1 and 2 as well as Terminals 3 and 4 respectively. Terminal 2 is used primarily for flights within the Schengen area and Terminal 1 is typically used for flights outside that area. Terminals 3 and 4 are usually reserved for private and chartered flights. Travellers travelling in Economy cabin may access some of the paid airport lounges which come with complimentary WiFi access, shower facilities (for some) as well as some snacks and drinks. While the airport is relatively small, it does come with plenty of facilities like duty-free shopping, restaurants, children’s play area, baby care facilities and luggage storage just to name a few. If you are looking for a place to get some sleep, the Rest and Fun Center is located in the transit area of Terminal 1. Alternatively, the Holiday Inn Prague Airport is just a short stroll away from the airport and free airport shuttles are also available upon request.
Flights to Prague Airport (PRG)
A lot of flights that arrive into the Václav Havel Airport Prague originate from the Schengen area - Paris, Munich, Moscow and Frankfurt. Popular airlines that fly into the airport include Czech Airlines, Ryanair and Aeroflot.
Cheapest flights to Prague Airport (PRG)
If you do have some time on your hands, it may be a good idea to check out a few cities on your way to Prague. In fact, doing so many even save you some money along the way as the most direct option may sometimes cost you more. With Skyscanner, you can filter through hundreds of relevant results by applying filters such as departure times, the number of stopovers and desired aircraft alliance to find the flight that you want.
Travelling to and from Václav Havel Airport Prague to Prague’s city centre
There is no direct train connection that connects the Václav Havel Airport Prague to the city. If you are looking for an affordable way to go downtown, the Airport Express bus line is your best bet - there is also plenty of storage space for luggage here. The bus leaves at 30-minute intervals and it stops in front of the airport terminals. The trip should cost you around SGD 3 (CZK 60) one-way but the journey may take around 45 minutes. If you are rushing for time, a metered taxi will cost you around SGD 31 (CZK 550) and take around 30 minutes. For information on car rentals, please check out the Car Hire page.
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